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Flying Boat:Adventures in the land of the Incas
by Fred A. Werkmeister   

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Historical Fiction

Publisher:  Xlibris Type: 


Copyright:  September 18, 2006 ISBN-13:  1425715855

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A stimulating narrative mixed with an artful blend of history, high technology and fiction that leads the reader to a primitive way of life, one we would not care to live but find fascinating. The book introduces us to skills, abilities, and accomplishments of the Incas despite their lack of today’s technology and resources.

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Novedades del Cusco — Cusco, Perú
In the arms of fantasy, in an imaginary trip through time, breaking the routine of realism, the author tries, as he states in his own words, “to explain the multitude of questions without answers about the achievements of the Incas, which in many cases contradict some mythical events today considered to be historically true and certain.”

Arelí Aráoz V. - Reporter — Cusco, Perú
Flying Boat with its original narrative and characters incites the imagination submerging us into a world of fantasy. By describing with great fidelity the festivals, customs, culture, myths, and beliefs, of the Incas, it challenges and stimulates the reader who, so motivated, will understand and gain a better appreciation of the Andean culture’s ancient roots.
Many mysteries about the Incas remain, but Flying Boat clarifies a multitude of messages left behind in the city of Cusco, the sacred valley, and all other areas that formed part of the Inca Empire.
The messages remain hidden in each monument, street, plaza, sacrificial structure, and artistic creation as a magical halo of mystical energy that scientists have still not been able to explain fully.
The reader also becomes envious or curious to find answers to such vexing questions as, When? How? And by Whom? Could such a formidable Empire have been built?

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